Student Media Clubs and Organizations
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Golden Bear Television (GBTV)
Golden Bear Television is the official student-run television station of Western New England University. The purpose of Golden Bear Television is to educate, entertain and enlighten the campus community regarding on and off campus events, activities, news and opinions. Golden Bear Television provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and experience they need to go into the productions and post-productions world, as well as offering practical experience for those interested in marketing, advertising, finance, programming and technology, and more! Golden Bear Television hosts the annual singing competition Golden Voice each November with WNEK The Voice. WATCH
WNEK The Voice
If you’re the next Ryan Seacrest or Casey Kasem, the voice of Western New England is the perfect place to hone your craft. WNEK The Voice is Western New England University's radio station and is a center of creativity and media production. WNEK provides a learning environment for students and individuals who are interested in the broadcasting and media productions. WNEK The Voice is streaming 24 hours a day and almost always has live entertainment, with creative playlists and reruns of older broadcasts to fill out the day. It also hosts events such as the annual Halloween Monster Mash and Golden Voice Siging Competition, along with DJing events for other organizations on campus. LISTEN
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For the budding journalist or the opinionated commentator, The Westerner is the campus’ newsroom. This student-run newspaper will hone your journalistic skills by allowing you to report on events on campus during the school year. The Westerner also publishes results of varsity sports games and commentary about special interest topics. The Westerner looks to serve important and fun pieces that will both entertain and inform the campus. READ
Review of Art and Literature
The Review of Art and Literature is a club dedicated to keeping the arts alive in a fun and exciting way. As a member, you will help produce a magazine for the campus community to enjoy. This involves creating an eye-catching cover for the publication, as well as collecting literary and artistic submissions from students, faculty, staff, and alumni for inclusion. Additionally, the organization holds an annual Open Mic Night in the fall semester, and The Festival of Art in the spring.
The Cupola Yearbook covers it all: Midnight Madness, Homecoming, Late Night at the Rock, Baseball, Lacrosse, etc. The Yearbook takes a whole year here at Western New England University and puts it into a hundred or so pages that will be cherished by alumni and their families for years to come. If you want to make your mark and make sure that you do not forget a single moment of the time you have spent here, the Cupola is for you. No experience is needed, and all are welcome!